The latest draft of Colorado’s congressional map would create a whole new dynamic in the state
Four public hearings are scheduled this week on a proposal that would be a dramatic change from the current congressional map
The latest draft of Colorado’s congressional map draws Lauren Boebert and Joe Neguse into the same district
Plus, don’t forget public hearings on the map start Tuesday and run through the end of the week
Here are the themes from meetings across Colorado on the state’s new congressional, legislative maps
More than 100 hours of testimony, 2,300 online comments to consider as first maps based on 2020 census data are set to be revealed this month
Remapping 2021 | Big decisions still left on the next round of Colorado’s congressional map
The next staff congressional map could be released as early as Friday, plus, a look back at how the 2nd Congressional District has changed
How bad is the housing crunch in Colorado’s high country? Just look at census vacancy data.
The numbers reflect what many high country residents already suspected: a lot of second home owners, vacation rentals and investment buyers
Redistricting commissions diverge on prison gerrymandering, and the 3rd Congressional District revisited
This is the second edition of Remapping Colorado, our free, pop-up newsletter on redistricting.
Colorado’s population grew at twice the national rate between 2010 and 2020. Here’s where the boom was biggest.
The populations of Broomfield and Weld counties grew by 30%, and Colorado’s Hispanic population followed growth trend across the West
Latinos want Colorado’s new congressional and legislative maps to give them influence reflecting their growing numbers
Latinos make up more than 1.25 million Coloradans. Advocates say this year’s redistricting is a chance to bring their political influence up to par
Colorado’s redistricting commissions are holding public hearings. Here’s where and how you can get involved.
The meetings are an opportunity for the public to comment on proposed congressional and state Senate and House districts
Here’s where a preliminary map places Colorado’s new 8th Congressional District
Nonpartisan staffers unveiled an early map proposal Wednesday to the Independent Congressional Redistricting Commission. It’s based on 2019 population data.
Opinion: Coloradans don’t just want politicians out of the redistricting process. We also want fair maps.
As a Mexican-American woman, I am not OK with political power being defined for my community based on data that has estimated me out of existence.
Supreme Court seems skeptical of Trump’s plan to exclude noncitizens from the census
No president has tried to do what Trump outlined in a memo in July: remove millions of noncitizens from the once-a-decade head count of the U.S. population.
2020 Census comes to abrupt end, with Colorado almost entirely counted. Technically.
Experts question the accuracy of this year’s count given the chaotic behavior of the U.S. Census Bureau.
In Colorado’s hard-to-count communities, census outreach and coronavirus support are one and the same
Another shift in deadline -- the Census Bureau now must continue until Oct. 31 -- throws a wrench into the mix
As 2020 Census approaches finish line, Colorado looks to close the gap of who’s undercounted
While final results won’t be available for months, self-response rates are showing mixed results compared to 2010
Colorado’s new redistricting process needs you — yes, you — to help decide the political districts
A look at how the new redistricting commissions are selected and how they will draw new congressional and legislative maps in Colorado
Who should represent Colorado? The answers take shape this week as census, redistricting hit key phases
Census takers will begin to go door-to-door Tuesday as the state moves forward with its first major step in drawing new political districts
Opinion: Why we need to reach hard-to-count Coloradans. There’s a lot at stake.
For Colorado’s diversifying population of children, advocates fear a census undercount
The annual Kids Count report says counties with high rates of poverty and non-white children are most at risk of not being counted accurately
U.S. Supreme Court blocks 2020 census citizenship question in case Colorado joined
The court says the Trump administration's explanation for wanting to add the question was "more of a distraction" than an explanation